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depression | Longevity LIVE

Every person on earth has to walk through a phase of darkness at times. No matter what the reasons may be, there are ways to deal with this new age culprit. Depression can hit you at any age, anywhere, and at any time.  However, did you know how a simple

clutter | Longevity LIVE

Whether you have a severe underlying anxiety issue or are just having a rough couple of days, odds are, all of the “stuff” laying around your home isn’t helping. Anxiety and clutter often go hand in hand. While we aren’t suggesting that clutter in itself can cause anxiety and that

health | Longevity LIVE

As a husband and a dad, I take the health of my family very seriously. We have a top medical aid, and the names and numbers of doctors and various specialists in our contact lists. And as my wife, like most of y’all, is bloody neurotic, we have a medicine

pet | Longevity LIVE

Most South Africans are aware that leading a healthy lifestyle contributes to improved mental and physical wellbeing. One of the main aspects of this is, of course, diet. In fact, it’s becoming well understood that the health benefits of organic, fresh foods from health shops and farmers’ markets far outweigh

Tips Balance Work Family | Longevity Live

Schuyla Goodson Bell, Managing Director of Cummins Southern Africa, shares her tips for a healthy work, family and life balance. She believes in sustainable inspiration to empower yourself to be a better you – and that a balancing act might benefit you and your loved ones. Tip 1: Restoration What

digital detox

Neuroscience and understanding brain health is far more important than we might first imagine. Dr Tara Swart is a renowned neuroscientist, leadership coach, medical doctor and award-winning author.  She explains why we all need a digital detox. In today’s extremely frenetic work environment, some reports say that we check our

Loving touch | Longevity LIVE

A loving touch or a reassuring caress may be much more than an indicator of love and affection; a new study in the journal Frontiers of Psychology suggests that receiving this kind of touch could help to increase a sense of self. The study, conducted by researchers from University College